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that? on that kind of a scale? willie brown does that. [ applause ] i'm so glad you are applauding. it gives me time to get water. if i were younger, hipper, i would breakout into a rap right now to talk about his virtues and his life and career. if i were to do that, it might sound something like this. you all ready ? when you think of willie brown you want no other, he's the one you count as your brother, what else can i say? i can't say no more. through the streets of san francisco makes you want to sing. when you think of willie brown we like no other. he's the kind of dude that you like as your brother. i say he's the kind of dude that you want as your brother. he's the kind of dude that you want as your brother. [ applause ] but since i'm an old dude, i'm not going to do that because that would seem unseemly. what i do say is when this is all said and done, willie would seem to be an individual who em bodies the classic american story success of invention and reinvention. born of talent, skill, determination, brilliance, lots of plain old hard work. and the ability to take o
, the one and the only the honorable willie l. brown junior. [ applause ] growing in the area, his accomplishments and contributions to the world at large and public service were not lost on me and it is really been a dream come true for me to grow up and get to know him professionally and personally. my father and willie were acquaintances and fraternity brothers. >> when he was elected the first african american mayor i was right up there front and center in 1996 and channel five was out there reporting and they included me in the news coverage and interviewed me and i was historical and crying and emotional and the camera lingered on my black power fist. and fast forward for when i was in washington, d.c. when i was there for barack obama first inauguration and there i went with my fist again more tears flowing and i was not the only one thinking about the shoulders on which the president stood, including those of mayor brown who without question paved the way for president obama and countness others. so today we celebrate all that he is and all that he has done and all that he
. today we thought we would take this opportunity to celebrate an icon of san francisco. the brown twin sisters have been with us for many decades. mary is here today, she's here in celebration and memory of her sister as we all are and we want to take this opportunity to use the arbor day to have a cedar tree, a tree that will grow taller than mary or i. it will grow to be a hundred feet tall. it will be a tree that will be celebrated here in san francisco for generations to come and we thought it would be not only appropriate, but we thought it would be our honor by planting this tree in recognition of vivian and her wonderful contributions to our city. and we are especially blessed with maryann honoring us with her presence. it's not that easy for her to get around these days but she has and continues to be part of an incredible twin sisters. but now she's also missing vivian as much as we are and we felt this would be a proper way to create a celebratory atmosphere on how we miss vivian, how much she meant to us and take this opportunity for arbor day to plant this tree in her name
. we'll examine those divisions tonight and tomorrow night. jeffrey brown begins with israel's new government. brown: in jerusalem today, workers literally rolled out the red carpet as part of a final preparations ahead of president obama's trip to the region. at the same time, israel's new coalition government was itself installed. led again by prime minister benjamin netanyahu but including new key players. its formation took weeks of negotiations after netanyahu won re-election in january's parliamentary elections. a victory accompanied by the surprisingly strong second-place finish of yair lapid. today netanyahu had to say about his new government stance on relations with the palestinians. >> with a palestinian partner who is willing to conduct negotiations in good faith, israel will be prepared for historic compromise that will end the conflict with the palestinians forever. >> brown: on one important issue, new jewish settlements in the west bank and east jerusalem, the country's new housing minister said yesterday that building would continue in, quote, accordance with what
francisco ans such as mary rodgers and howard thurman, danny glory, willie brown and now london breed who have given of themselves, that all people, black, white, yellow, brown and red might reach their full potential. almighty god, hear us as we lay our lives before you to be blessed. help us to know ourselves through godly introspection, that in seeing ourselves as you see us, we may more readily revise and correct our lives. we know that you have made us one and all in your image. and, so, we pray that we will mirror you as we live our day to day lives. we are broken people living in a broken world, and we need you to help us to cope and mend our brokenness. we pray for those who have been pushed into the zone of desperation. we pray for those with illnesses that medical science cannot cure. we pray for those in whom hate has become malignant and those in whom hope has died. bless our fair city and its leadership. bless our governor, and give strength to our president barack obama. this is our prayer in jesus' name, amen. >>> amen. (applause) >> lift every voice and sing till earth and
to talk about local business enterprises because who is it that hires black and browns in this city? black and brown contractors primarily 'cause they're from the neighborhoods, they know the kids in the neighborhoods, they know me, they know some of the kids and some of the folks here and we know that we can make it happen. this city already has a local enterprise program, that has been very productive. we're not reinventing the wheel here. but what i'm saying here is that the local hire and local business enterprise -- if you step back and take a look at the bigger picture, we're talking about an economic recovery package for bay view, patient valley, a lot of folks out there that have their union work that are starving for work and a lot of contractors there that are starving for work and are willing to pay a good wage. thank you very much. >> thank you to all the speakers. at this time supervisor yee -- i would love to give you an opportunity to speak. odd to see you sitting on the other side of the table. >> good evening. i really wanted to be here tonight for -- for me,
? a short time ago, i spoke to the bbc's ben brown in baghdad. the only news we get of iraq in america is when there is a car bomb exploding. it's another indication there is some violence. how secure is the country? >> there are still car bombs and suicide bombs, but the violence is not as bad as it was. if you drive around baghdad, there are still lots of checkpoints and lots of traffic because of the checkpoints, but i do think people feel safer on the whole. we were at the national museum of iraq in baghdad the other day. that is where a lot of the ancient treasures that were there were looted in the early days after the american-led invasion. american troops were blamed for not protecting that museum better. while we were in the museum, we came across a group of american tourists who were visiting. i said to them, do you feel safe enough to be here in baghdad, what do your friends say back in the states when you say you are coming to baghdad? they say, well, our friends say we are crazy, but we wanted to see these ancient treasures. these are people who love archaeology. they love
. >> the doelger building under landmark no. 10. >> thank you. i'm the sponsor of this landmark. miss brown is here. would you like to make remarks about the landmarking? >> yes. thank you. good afternoon supervisors, mary brown to present the proposed -- as individual landmark t building was added to the historic preservation in work program in june 2011 to september 19, 2012 and the october 3rd recommendation hearing. the commission voted unanimously for the building based on a historical and architectural buildings. from 1932-1950 served as a base of operations and through extra ordinarily rapid expansion and architectural art expression and extreme modern design and represents a successful merging of the two modern styles. examples of the design elements influenced by these styles includes a step backcountry way, curved walls and over hangs. features extend to the public lobby area which display art deco in spiert inspired on the door. and pattern railings. the property was recently purchased by jeff dar by and he's been contacted for preservation of the building. mr. dar beis in the process o
to 20, 6'0", thin build, brown goatee and an eye brow piercing, he was seen driving a four-door brown car. the girl says he grabbed her by the wrist as she walked home from school. >>> following breaking news right now. thick black smoke is choking the sky over the delta, as you can see from the tower camera. this is burning near antioch on lower sherman island. this part of the island is uninhabited, so cal fire will not put any resources out there and let it burp. leigh glaser tells us winds are light in this area, up to five-miles-an-hour so we can expect to see the smoke in the air for some time until this burns out. >>> firefighters stopped a fire from spreading to any nearby homes after it broke out inside a carport in mill valley. the fire started around 2:30. firefighters saw smoke from several blocks away as they approached the scene. nobody was hurt. the flames did damage two cars. investigators are looking into what caused this fire but do not believe it's suspicious. crews also had to carefully dispose of paints and other chemicals that had been stored in this carport. >>
at the port, chuck collins, [speaker not understood], the reverend amos brown, denise tyson, linda richardson, sonya harris, patricia thomas, veronica honeycut, these are just the names of a few of our commissioners who are heading up those very important divisions of our city. and they are joining with me and with the supervisors and with the department heads to do what mrs. obama asked us to do. whenever we occupy these public positions throughout the city or throughout the state or throughout the nation, we do the right thing, we keep the doors of opportunity open and enriched for everybody else. and we're already seeing it happen. yesterday i was at the luncheon for the boys and girls club, wonderful, wonderful entity that's reaching out to all of our young high school kids and make sure they're motivated to go to college. you should have heard them talk about their futures. you should also hear them ask for our help, because i know as much as anybody else that our kids will inherit the good things that we do. they will also inherit the things that we fail to do. and i'm about making sure
and of course the president of our port commissions, dorene, the honorable mayor willie brown in the back and the of course the amazing and brilliant port staff. thank you all for being here today. i want to take a moment of where we are in cruising. the cruise lines are building new ships and doubling their fleet. their carrying double or triple times the amount of passengers as before. but shockingly in the united states, cruise terminal are shrinking. and the industry is expanding, cruise cities and cruise ports are trying to figure out how to address that demand. in many cases those ports are putting up tents to process passengers as the port of san francisco does when we have too many ships or they are rehabilitating warehouse sheds at pierre 35 and dog doing what we have done here today in building a new terminal. this terminal, unlike any other in the nation is dual purposed everything about this terminal is meant to be used for cruise shipping and efficiency, but also for the region and for the visitors and the residents alike. not just the terminal itself, but the park that will
doctor brown who is here with us today as a consultant of the safe plan. doctor brown is a member of the state [inaudible] that works on significant disproportion ality. the day that election process took us a while. the self assess /-pl piece is required by the state and it basically included a number of surveys that we used. the wisconsin check /h*eus is one of three recommended by the state and it was a survey administered to focus groups at 16 schools on various issues from what they thought professional capacity was at the schools, to attitudes towards inclusive practices, attitudes towards students of underserved populations. we happen to have [inaudible] part of that so we had data from those surveys as well around inclusive practices and around attitudes towards supporting behavior of /staoupbtds within the general education seting. we also provide edd with district wide data that we worked with the rpa department to /aeu /kwaeur including early indicator data, counselor office referrals, achievement data and also demographic data around our student population. and the
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as white, 19 to 20 years old and 6'" tall with slack black brown hair and a grown goatee and has a piercing in his right eyebrow. >>> an under age drinking sting netted 12 people who purchased alcohol for minors. it targeted people. during the operation a minor stood outside liquor and convenience stores and asked people to buy them alcohol while indicating they were under age. suspects face a 1000-dollar fine and 24 hours of community service. >>> the world's best on the diamond are getting ready to face off at at&t park for the world baseball classic. christen captain is live with the fans and this globally watched event. kristin? >> reporter: the quad will take them on and the fans here streaming into at&t park you would think it was a regular season game. starting pitcher for japan is a solid right hander likely to be a big league prospect down the road. for puerto rico, mario will be starting. while the major leagues are in spring training, fans turned out for preseason baseball and kind of like the world cup where the best get t
are disproportionately black and brown people in this country and they don't get a fair shake in the criminal-justice system. i'm not saying it's all prosecutors' fault. it's a complicated issue. there are many reasons that is the case but prosecutors definitely play a role. volume of one to say that prosecutors are intentionally discriminating, i don't think that at all. i do think that there is a lot of implicit body is going on when prosecutors are making decisions just as i think all of us in america suffer from implicit bias. the stereotypes are out there in the society that we are not even conscious of that cause us to act the way we do. i think it's very easy for a prosecutor to see the humanity and a defendant who looks like them. if there is a young kid that has his own private lawyer and a private lawyer is well represented and comes to a prosecutor and says he has a future, he's going to college, don't ruin his life because of this one case, the prosecutor can have empathy. the prosecutor might say why have a few indiscretions myself and if someone hadn't -- if someone had mercy on
the deputy director of animal care and control cat brown who has worked hours and hours and had a lot of meetings on this, as you know, animal welfare issues tend to be a little bit of a lightning rod. so, she spent quite a bit of time working on the implementation and what would constitute the guidelines for this, which will be heard before the animal control and welfare commission in may. so, happy to answer any questions you may have, but it really is just clean up. >> great, thank you, ms. [speaker not understood], and thank you for all the work in your department to implement. colleagues, if there are no additional comments, why don't we open up to public comment. i have two public comment cards. sally stevens and gill crizwell. if there are any other members of the public who would like to make public comment, please fill out a card. ms. stevens. >>> yes, hi, my name is sally stevens, i'm the chair of sf dog. sf dog fully supports this legislation. been involved in it for years and been working with animal care control and i just wanted to thank supervisor wiener for his role in
money up front in cash in a brown-bag. jenna: sounds smart. >> reporter: yeah. jenna: all things considered. >> reporter: i had clients like that. jenna: i want to hear more about that. >> reporter: can't tell you. don't tell the irs. jenna: gregg, thank you. jon: well, march means springtime, st. paddie's day and of course college basketball. march madness begins this week. yesterday was selection sunday, the die schools across-country schools learn whether or not they made the grade. this year people will put an estimated $3 billion, with a b, dollars into office pools and tournament brackets. the tournament will also cost employers some big bucks. estimated $134 billion in lost wages just during the first two days of play. 7% of people are expected to take time off from work, just to watch the games. as if that wasn't enough basketball for you, in the nba, the miami heat, they're marching toward history. they're riding on an amazing 22-game-winning streak. they haven't lost since super bowl sunday and are inching closer to the longest win streak in nba history. let's talk abou
of the great tech companies in the bay area. and we had our two great mayors, willie brown and ed lee. and the minute that they saw gabby they said ron, get everyone's attention here. we can make 200 people be quiet. we have to make a tribute to what happened today in sandy hook, and a tribute to gabby. and during that tribute which was pallpable, i could tell that the tech community was going to do something. and we did. on december 15th, we started an ad hoc committee of tech volunteers, many of them luminaries in the industry. and we convened three subcommittees that went to work. and we had a defining conference call on december 17th, 72 hours after the tragedy. there were 150 people on that call. 50 of them gathered together in an office in san francisco. and we took action. we resolved that we were going to do something, we convened into the subcommittees that very quickly rallied around the governor of connecticut asked for a moment of silence on the one-week anniversary of the tragedy. so we rallied around that and attracted hundreds of thousands of participates by signing a p
is shedding light on the wars cost, in human life and in dollars. the report from researchers at brown university says 190,000 people were killed in a conflict. that includes 4500 u.s. service members and 134,000 iraqi civilians. researchers also calculated the total cost of the war at almost $2.2 trillion. >> iraq achieved a lot but we are increasingly concerned about the political crisis going on now and the stalemate and this has to be solved by discussion. >> a recent poll found that 53% of americans feel the invasion of iraq was a mistake. 42% said the war was not a mistake. >>> at this hour the u.s. supreme court is deciding on whether a controversial arizona law is valid. some say it tries to keep immigrants from voting and national elections. ktvu looks at the issue and tells us why some say the law actually makes it harder for legal citizens to vote. >> reporter: voting is a light only granted to u.s. citizens but in arizona the attorney general wants to guarantee that election fraud won't occur and that illegal immigrants won't try to vote
or, you know, harass me or do anything to me. >> according to a new study by brown university, more than 100,000 iraqi civilians died during the eight years of the war and more than 4480 u.s. service members were killed. >>> in other news of the world tonight in turkey an arrest has been made of the killing of a 33-year-old tourest from new york. the man was arrested today in the southern turkey province. they aren't saying what led them. you may remember sierra was on a solo vacation in turkey and police say she was leggenned to death. >>> check out this speak tar lie site as the mountain blasts lava into the ski. it's a latest in a series. this was one of the most powerful elections as showers reached 10,000 feet. the blast isn't post any danger to anyone in the area but they have to deal with the ashe showers that fallow. [ music ] >> and in ireland, the chilly damp weather didn't put a chill on the st. patrick's day celebrations. estimated quarter of a million people came out to celebrate in dublin despite the snow, rain and sleet.
that someone might hurt me or, you know, harass me or do anything to me. >> according to a new study by brown university, more than 100,000 iraqi civilians died during the eight years of the war and more than 4480 u.s. service members were killed. >>> in other news of the world tonight in turkey an arrest has been made of the killing of a 33-year-old tourest from new york. the man was arrested today in the southern turkey province. they aren't saying what led them. you may remember sierra was on a solo vacation in turkey and police say she was leggenned to death. >>> check out this speak tar lie site as the mountain blasts lava into the ski. it's a latest in a series. this was one of the most powerful elections as showers reached 10,000 feet. the blast isn't post any danger to anyone in the area but they have to deal with the ashe showers that fallow. [ music ] >> and in ireland, the chilly damp weather didn't put a chill on the st. patrick's day celebrations. estimated quarter of a million people came out to celebrate in dublin despite the snow, rain and sleet. it honors the most recogni
remember ten years since it began. and this note is mostly numbers. brown university report found the u.s. war in iraq cost $1.7 trillion, with nearly half trillion in benefits owed to iraq veterans. analyst expects the veterans bill to grow to $6 trillion. more than 4,000 american troops died in the iraq war. that brown report estimates 4,000 iraqi civilians were also killed. [ nyquil bottle ] you know i relieve coughs, sneezing, fevers... [ tylenol bottle ] me too! and nasal co [ tissue box ] he said nasal congestion. yeah...i heard him. [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-symptom nighttime relieves nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. [ babies crying ] surprise -- your house was built on an ancient burial ground. [ ghosts moaning ] surprise -- your car needs a new transmission. [ coyote howls ] how about no more surprises? now you can get all the online trading tools you need without any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> the nba's miami heat have done it again. they won their 22nd in a row beating the toronto
first, orlando being second, jacksonville being eighth. ms. brown: people approach me about jobs. they're not talking to me about the deficit. they want to know what we're doing as far as putting the american people to work. can you expound upon that for me please? ms. fudge: absolutely. i thank the gentlelady. what we have done in this budget, not only did we put in $13 billion for work force training, for job corps, for dislocated workers, retraining, segment training but in total we have almost $500 billion worth of job creation built into our budget. more than any budget, more than any budget, whether it be the democratic caucus, the white house budget or the republican budget. we have doubled down on jobs in the c.b.c. budget. ms. brown: thank you, madam chair. mr. horsford: continuing on, as the chairwoman of the c.b.c. just talked about, the congressional black caucus budget is an alternative budget for the fiscal year 2014. it puts forth a plan that reduces the deficit by $2.8 trillion over the next decade and creates millions of jobs through significant investments toward job
. where? show me again. where? i see green and red. you see green and red? me, too. do you see brown? no. hendrick: of course, no matter which techniques you decide to use, inevitably you will encounter some parents or family members who think you aren't doing enough fast enough, who want to accelerate the pace of their child's cognitive learning. woman: oh, let's see. let's see. that sounds exciting. oh. [child speaks indistinctly] oh, there's a little ant right there. there's a whole bunch of them. i wonder if they're going home to their family? be gentle. gentle. be gentle. that's right. they're going up. they're going up the tree. they're scared. wow. you think they're scared? what's scaring them, cosmo? i'm scaring them. oh, you scared them? how could you make them so they're not scared? hendrick: it's very important to keep the families informed about all the thinking skills the children are using in order to reassure them the children are really learning something. woman: i see one right here. find another one. woman: so if we made a bigger cage, we'd have to make something with c
. >> russell brown. >> thank you very much, mr. speaker. prime minister conjugated promise to protect and defend budget in its entirety. that you didn't. the defence secretary who promised to balance the budget at the national audit office said he failed. prime minister, will you now guaranteed that there will be -- >> order, order. the honorable gentleman has been here 16 years. he shouldn't use the word you injury. sorry buddy makes the rules. quickly, finish the qustion. >> will a commitment be given that defense budget would be protected for the in this parliament? >> the commitment i can give hi is that the 38 billion black hole that we inherited has been got rid of and freeze the budget across this part at 33 billion pounds gives us the fourth largest defense budget in the world. but we're determined to use that money to make sure we equip our forces with what they need for the future and that is a massive contrast to the record of the
to a state office building. >> this was an old eight-story brown building the state owned and the workers' comp people were in that building. it was an old dee correctvth it building for decades. when i was a member of the board of supervisors, all of us wondered why we hadn't done anything there and the mayor thought the same. >> if an earthquake happened, the building was uninhabitable. it sat there vacant for quite a while. the city decided to buy the building in 1999 for $2. we worked and looked at ways that we can utilize the building for an office building. to build an icon i can building that will house a lot of city departments. >> the san francisco public utilities commission has an important job. we provide clean, pristine public drinking water to 2.6 million people in the san francisco bay area from the hetch hetchy regional water system. with also generate clean renewable energy for city services like public buses, hospitals, schools, and much more. and finally, we collect and treat all the city's wastewater and stormwater making it safe enough to discharge into the san franci
with slicked back hair and plaque hair and a brown goatee. he also has a piercening in his right eyebrow. >>> a 97-year-old woman who was visually impaired was injured when she was struck by a car in a petaluma crosswalk. it happened just before 9:00 this morning. the driver stopped and called for help. the elderly woman identified today as mary fryman was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries. officers on the scene say the morning sun may have obscured the driver's view. >>> a fire department captain tells ktvu that an elderly driver plowed right into that store injurying four shoppers inside. the crash did major damage to the front of the store. >> right now we have an engineer out here evaluating the structural damage and we have a contractor coming out to shore it up and make repairs on it right now. >> reporter: the driver and some of the shoppers were taken to the hospital but we're told their injuries are not considered serious. police though are still trying to determine what caused the driver to lose control. >> an oakland neighborhood is cleaner tonight after graffiti bu
not understood]. jim lazarus, david canego, john grism, [speaker not understood], angie brown, richard [speaker not understood], and pastor jeffery garner. >>> good evening, president chiu, members of the board. thank you so much for this opportunity to speak in support of the much needed cpmc rebuild. my name is michael smith wick. i am aes are department of the western addition district 5. i've been a resident there for 33 years. ~ my, how time flies when you're having fun. i'm also the executive director of my tree compassionate care. my tree is located at the corner of noe and duboce in scott wiener's district and we are a 24-hour residential care facility for san franciscans with advanced aids, all low-income. we've been doing this for 26 years. we've served 1000 san franciscans. most of them lost their life under our care, 24-hour nursing care compassion, no judgments. i want to share that with you that we are seeing a change in san francisco. we are not filling our beds with people who are there to die optimistically and encouragingly. we are starting to see quite a waiting list of san f
>> good afternoon and welcome to the department of building inspection's brown bag lunch. we depo this every third thursday here at the department of building inspection. we have an interesting topic today about preventative home maintenance. and we'll talk about what that means a little bit. i have two great guests, extremely knowledgeable folks, anthony wong who is a contractor here in the city, thanks for joining us, anthony. and dan, also a contractor and both of these gentlemen do a lot of small, medium and some, i guess you do some large size jobs as well. but also have maintenance and home prevention, damage prevention and maintenance issues built into the work they do. in fact, i know dan brought along a list of maintenance check lists that they actually use in their business to help people. so what do you use that mapet nance check list for? -- maintenance check list for? >> for every project we finish, we sign a service agreement or offer a service maintenance agreement and then when we go back to the house a year later we go through this check list and we go through the
, in human life and in dollars. the report from researchers at brown university says 190,000 people were killed in a conflict. that includes 4500 u.s. service members and 134,000 iraqi civilians. researchers also calculated the total cost of the war at almost $2.2 trillion. >> iraq achieved a lot but we are increasingly concerned about the political crisis going on now and the stalemate and this has to be solved by discussion. >> a recent poll found that 53% of americans feel the invasion of iraq was a mistake. 42% said the war was not a mistake. >>> at this hour the u.s. supreme court is deciding on whether a controversial arizona law is valid. some say it tries to keep immigrants from voting and national elections. ktvu looks at the issue and tells us why some say the law actually makes it harder for legal citizens to vote. >> reporter: voting is a light only granted to u.s. citizens but in arizona the attorney general wants to guarantee that election fraud won't occur and that illegal immigrants won't try to vote in federal elections. >> we have a right to require additional informati
. advil pm®. the difference is a better night's sleep. so ditch the brown bag for something better. like our bacon ranch quesadillas or big mouth burger bites, served with soup or salad, and fries. starting at just 6 bucks, at chili's. >> good monday morning. this is the golden gate bridge with headlights coming into san francisco and it is moving fine. it is fairly fog free. >> fairly fog free. >> pretty clear. you will notice the clouds are building and our meteorologist, mike nation, has a big change in the profit and sue checks out the commute. >> travel survey reveals travelers are getting housekeepers -- 55 percent of travelers never hip the bell plan but they do tip the housekeeper. 40 percent tip $2 to $4 a day to the housekeepers and 15 percent hip town $5 and 19 percent never tip. experts say if you want to follow proper etiquette you should tip as soon use check in and you would be surprised how much extra attention you get during the stay after that. >> it makes senator. >> absolutely. kate middleton is creating quite a buzz after revealing there she would like to have a boy
. this is the brown and -- [inaudible] you're watching barrels, oak barrels being charred. they will be filled with bourbon soon. you got to make it that way. >> yes, you do. bourbonhas to go in a new white oak charred barrel. >> one of the republicans the stock is doing well is they are the only bourbon maker essentially that makes your own barrels. we work with the masters to customize needs to the service. >> that's the chars you can get. that's a heavy char. that one's medium, and this, obviously, the lighter ones. it means different tastes to the bourbon. >> heavier char allows us to get color into the bourbon at a quicker taste so you get more sugar in the wood. >> this is how they assemble the barrels and sell them on the open market as well. look at how they fit together. hoops go on them there, and this gives you a tremendous advantage over your competitors because you can control exactly how that char takes place. >> right. >> we control the whole supply from the wood cut to the barrels being made that gives us the tremendous advantage to know what we need and way we're looking for i
that have been ignored for years. in my case, it was a brown fill site where a lot of african-american families, 3 b300 families had been moved on to this site. it was a toxic dump. nobody had done anything about it. i started working hard -- >> you got government to fix it? >> i started working hard to get it relocated and once republicans and democrats in washington found out what happened, they worked on it and it was a pretty -- harold ford jr. the first time he met me on the floor what you're doing down in florida is land mark. what have you done and how did you get to it? i said i just went into the community. i didn't have to go vote for higher taxes or do these things that i was against idle lodeol y ideologically. >> what you did is called environmental justice. >> right. >> if you had gone to cpac and said words environmental justice, what sort of reception would you have gotten? it fi had gone to cpac and said you know what i did? i found 300 families that had been moved on top of a brown stone site, brown-filled site and their young children your reasoning around o
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no sympathy for the brown v. board of education decision. when it was a crisis like little rock crisis, eisenhower did follow the law. he followed the constitution. he did what a five star general did. the hated this whole thing. anti-particularly didn't like adam clayton powell. he thought he was a demagogue. so i'm not sure what nixon's role in this, nixon was, you, nixon was very friendly with them because they kind of like each other. [inaudible] >> the issue was that he was actually influenced by advisers to him he won't be able to make a decisive decision not to include. so what i'm saying is that you feel as though nixon's personal politics towards african-americans during his administration were negatively affected by his advisors that surrounded him during that administration? >> i don't think the. you're talking presidents nixon, not vice president nixon spent but i'm talking about an event that happened during his vice presidential speeches are not aware of one or the other, i'm sorry. >> i think that richard nixon attitude towards african-americans were shaped by some assum
is there. things are dying. trees are dying. grass is brown and wildfires start and when the winds blow, those wildfires spread very, very quickly. >> that's not a good looking map. all right. chad myers, thank you. >>> want to check other top stories for you now. two people killed when their corporate jet crashed into a row of homes. it happened in south bend, indiana. two other passengers were able to survive this if you can believe it. a person on the ground was also injured in this wreck. national transportation safety board is already looking into this. >>> another carnival cruise nightmare. it's over. the carnival legend docked in tampa, florida, yesterday after technical problems hampered its speed. carnival offered full refunds to all passengers. this is the third carnival ship to have major problems in just the past month. >>> hundreds of hours are being wasted at work today and for the next few weeks as the ncaa men's basketball tournament bracket plays out. a lot of you and your co-workers are deciding today who will win this championship. happens every year. we get very exci
and not dark people or brown people from the south. how can you say you're basically for racialization of america, that whites should be welcome, but not other people. >> it's a mystery -- sorry. go ahead. >> i think what's the story is the evolution of cpac. it's so much the evolution of the republican party. it used to be a conference that attracted very, very conservative figures. now more and more you've seeing mainstream people i think that's very scary for republican parties, especially members and consultants who want to win again down the line. >>> here's sarah palin talking about something a bit you might say off-color, but it's her way of being funny and a bit of a redneck. >> you should have seen what todd got me. it wasn't that exciting, a metal rack, case for hunting rifle to put on the back of a four-wheeler, and then i had to get something for him to put in the gun case, right? so this go-around he's got the rifle. i got the rack. >> so that's how it's done, ron. liberals can't talk like that. conservativ conservatives, people on the wacko right can talk like that. i gue
effects ever. >>> the plan is this. win over black and brown voters. >> a landmark voting rights case, it comes down to the highest court. >> here's something you don't hear every day. the political gridlock gripping washington is not ruining the country. we'll have one of the foremost voices on the country saying we should cheer up. >> he's been called the son of nevada. that state's longest serving governor shares his jumpy from the streets of chicago to the bright lights of the mega strip. his latest gamble, agreeing to be in the guest spot. >> plus, i have a new book out. you're going to love it almost as much as you love "the cycle." >>> question for you. can better outreach to people of color save the gop? that's what the rnc is placing its bet on. rnc chair reince priebus rolled out the 200 plus recommendations of the so-called 2012 autopsy report. wait, autopsy? did they die? any way, what has the gop learned from its campaign failures? a weak message, terrible ground game and excluding the voters is not how you win elections. that steve core knacky is 1-1. they hope to revers
-- [ shots fired ] brown bakers kodiak, even koalas, telling me, this is it, jim, this is the big da ca hunna that i was being way too glib about the confiscation scheme that would rock my world. i knew not to dismiss the darn cyprus situation. i bothered to argue back, silly me. first with the standard polite rebuttals that cyprus say dot on a map, best known for being a favorite island of churchill's as well as for its key role in russian money laundering. i protest that this moronic plan went off because the banking system say big joke anyway. ♪ >> and while, sure, the heavy handed way the regulators were getting involved seemed wrong to me, it wasn't evident this this method would spread violently to the rest of europe. yeah, they shouldn't be taxing these rip sort, just a hot money that came in from russia, and the whole thing is being handled as stupid as our own sequester is being done here, and i wasn't budging from the idea that this story wouldn't cost a major and lasting decline. i'm not that keen on many stocks at this moment and it remained in the camp that i'm willing to miss
in movies, but thought it was fine that scott brown posed nude in a magazine? i have a different taste in nudity. >> i was against scott brown's nudes. hair-on-fire crazy, but the gift that keeps on getting. >> clint eastwood. >> oscar for the best political convention. >> i will not tackle a legend. i am not going to attack an 80- year-old legend. the guy has done great, great film, i am not going to attack him. i will not attack that. >> tea party. >> harry reid's best friend. thank you for saving the majority in the senate, tea partiers. >> understood. >> reagan. >> principles. >> principles and liberals. he was ahead of his time on gay rights. signed amnesty for undocumented workers. reagan was a liberal. >> president barack obama. >> greatest president of the 21st century. obvious. even you have to agree he was better than bush. >> i would say cold, remote, and deeply cynical. >> an easy one -- god >> present in the details. >> god is love. [applause] >> just by luck of the draw, you lead with satan. >> hate. >> the dark lord of good intentions. >> last one -- hugo chavez. >> sata
no, eisenhower was, had no sympathy for the brown v. board of education decision. he thought it was terribly disruptive to the society, and he -- when something, when there was a crisis such as the little rock crisis, eisenhower did follow the law, he followed the constitution. and he said -- he did what a five-star general did, he said overwhelming force, but he hated, he hated whole thing. and he particularly didn't like adam clayton powell who he thought was a demagogue. so i'm not sure what nixon, what nixon's role in this. mix son was, you know, nixon was very friendly with por row because they actually kind of liked each other, and that was a personal thing. >> well, the issue was that he was actually influenced by advisers to him in order to be able to make a decisive decision not to include him. so what i'm saying is do you feel as though nixon's personal politics towards african-americans during his administration were negatively affected by advisers that surrounded him during that administration? >> i don't think so. i mean, you're talking about president nixon, not
the window of the papal are and also came face-to- face with some well-wishers, after leaving batted in brown to meet the following morning mass. some worshipers say they feel that the new pope appears to have a strong connection with the public. >> pulp francis is said to be installed in st. peter's square tomorrow. >> and a reminder we will be bringing you the papal installation like to starting at 130 tomorrow morning. you'll be able to watch it live on our 24/7 news channel, comcast 193 or streaming on kron4.com. >> a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza and current conditions in hayward. 46 degrees should current conditwell, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> we're back. 510 is the time. >>
™. sweetness naturally. so ditch the brown bag for something better. like our bacon ranch quesadillas or big mouth burger bites, served with soup or salad, and fries. starting at just 6 bucks, at chili's. >> now, developing news from the east bay right now where alameda miss are investigating a bar stabbing happening at the sports bar and grill on central avenue around 2:00 a.m. as the par was closing. investigators say two men were both men were taken to the hospital. no word on the extent of the injuries. alameda police are reviewing surveillance video hoping it leads them to the attackers. the commute this monday, how is it, suest >> so kay in some spots and not okay in other spots. in the novato area, this is 37, between novato and the napa area, an accident on the right shoulder, and to daly city, south 280 at john daly boulevard, but we have debris in the area because of the accident. we will check with mike nicco >> beautiful sunrise from our east bay camera looking to mount diabolo where the sun popped over the tip of that. we will talk about what happens today, how close to average,
back hair and a brown goatee. he also has a piercing in his eyebrow. ,. >>> we've just learned that the private jet carrying lindsay lohan will not arrive in time for her to get to a mandatory court hearing this morning. a judge ordered her to be at the hearing at 8:30 a.m. lohan missed her flight last night from new york to los angeles after she felt the plane was not safe. lohan did jump on a private jet overnight. but that flight was delayed and tmz is reporting it won't land at lax until 8:11. she faces charges of lying to a police officer after a carjack in los angeles in june. >>> it was like something out of the movies. two canadian inmates are back behind bars this morning after using a helicopter to escape. police say the helicopter hovered over the prison and dropped cables for the inmates to grab. they were then taken to a nearby parking lot. after a standoff, they were taken back into custody. >>> tonight, a man who helped persuade the federal government to monitor the oakland police department will be talking about the oakland police department's policing problems.
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